Problem Base Learning Sessions 16 -19 Jan 2017 , Time : 15:15 - 16:15

 
      16 Jan 2017

 1-  Management Guidelines for Penetrating Abdominal Trauma

 

 2-  Changes in the Management of Liver Trauma Leading to Reduced Mortality: 15-year experience in a major trauma centre

 

     17 Jan 2017

 3-  Surgical Timing of Treating Injured Extremities

 

 4-  Timing of Femur Fracture Fixation: Effect on Outcome in Patients with Thoracic and Head Injuries

 

 5-   Managing Trauma: The Evolution from ‘Early Total Care’/ ‘Damage Control’ to ‘Early Appropriate Care’

 

 6-   Demystifying Damage Control in Musculoskeletal Trauma

 

      18 Jan 2017

 7-   Early Management of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

 

 8-   Guidelines for the Management of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

 

 9-   Traumatic Brain Injury Pathophysiology and Treatments: Early, Intermediate, and Late Phases Post-Injury

 

10-  What’s New in Traumatic Brain Injury: Update on Tracking, Monitoring and Treatment

 

      19 Jan 2017

11-  Evaluation and Treatment of Acute Back Pain in the Emergency Department

 

12-  Emergency Room Decision-Making for Urgent Cranial Computed Tomography: Selection Criteria for Subsets of Non-Trauma Patients

 

13-  Emergency neurosurgical referrals in the North East of England – trends over four years 2008 – 2011

 

14-  Epidemiological Trends of Traumatic Brain Injury Identified in the Emergency Department in a Publicly-Insured Population, 2002-2010

 

15-  Clinical Features of Head Injury Patients Presenting With a Glasgow Coma Scale Score of 15 and Who Require Neurosurgical Intervention

 


 
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Advanced Life Support (ALS) Course

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